Frozen (Twisted, Book 1)

Mystery & Thrillers, General Fiction

By Dr. Kennedy Obohwemu

Publisher : First Edition Design Publishing

ABOUT Dr. Kennedy Obohwemu

Dr. Kennedy Obohwemu
(Medical Doctor, Publisher, Editor, Novelist, Playwright, Poet) Dr. Kennedy O. Obohwemu is a medical graduate of Delta State University, Abraka. He hails from Oteri in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. He attended Government College, Victoria Island (GOCOVI),  More...


This is the first of two books in the blockbuster series, Twisted.

Let the adventure begin...
International bestselling author Mofe Esiri is a disgruntled man. He hates himself for failing to recognise his childhood sweetheart after being apart for fifteen years. Now he must desperately turn the tide or risk losing her for life. He could lose even more. His entire career was on the line.

Supermodel Tola Benson is clearly upset on her part. Her betrothed is nothing like the man she used to know when they were growing up. She had to erase him completely from her memory. But his mother's life was hanging in the balance, and she couldn't let him suffer alone. Would she abandon him when he needed her the most?

A series of harrowing experiences threaten to tear both families apart. It would take bringing down the gates of hell to salvage the situation.

This poignant story really tugs at the heartstrings. It's an engrossing tale guaranteed to make your spine tingle and your pulse pound! It's absorbing, gripping, riveting! A compelling, provocative, masterful thriller that will leave you spell-bound with its suspense-filled intrigue and nail-biting finishes.

Twisted Series Reading Order:
*Frozen (Book 1)
*Nightfall (Book 2)

In 2003, Nigerians were reported to be the happiest people in the world following the results of a scientific survey carried out in 65 nations in 1999-2001. The research was reported by one of the world’s top science magazines, New Scientist, and was picked up by a number of news outlets. The report considered that the country’s family life and culture were more important than its problems and material wealth in determining happiness. To many outsiders Africa remains a complex conundrum, and a good number of our citizens out there are unwilling to return home. This is largely due to reports often received from the media — civil wars, dictatorships, poverty, and all the other favourite stereotypes of Africa in the press.

"A masterful thriller..." - The Sun